The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 8, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 8, 2020
The White House ramping up the pressure for reusable learning to resume in the fall and ultimately it's not a matter of give schools should reopen remembering it simply a matter how. They must fully open and they must be fully operational. The number of code in nineteen cases in the US now topping three million UNG is rising in at least 36 states and in fact the daily death rate from coping nineteen is now increasing and it doesn't stain some. 21 states have a person who haunts the ward to lead reopening measures of net president trump threatening to withhold federal funding from public schools that do not Rio pains. It's absolutely essential that we get her kids back into classrooms. Now for in person learning. We can't let our kids fall behind academically. Trump also blasting his own CDC's guidelines to reopen schools calling and tough and now directing the CDC to prepare new guidelines the director of the CDC. Seem to be hidden damage control and reversing course and want to make it very clear. That where it is not the intent. See these these guys. Used to be used as a rationale. To keep schools close. Turnout today at Central Park confrontation tonight Amy Hoover facing charges from calling police on a black man bird watcher and accused of falsely reporting he was threatening her pretournament Chris Cooper now says he will not cooperate with the prosecution. On the view saying he accepted her apology and run. But no excusing that it was a raises yeah but yeah that undermine her life I don't now. The remaining Cooper's lawyer believe she will be found not guilty he set the public's rush to judgment in what he calls to cancel culture epidemic. Will be proven wrong. For now learning about along. There's they accident that left the Chief Justice of the United States hurt it was just over two weeks ago chief Justice Roberts had to be taken away by ambulance and stayed overnight in the hospital he suffered a head injury that required stitches no explanation why the incident wasn't revealed publicly when it happens the secret kept confidential until someone tipped off a reporter Roberts has suffered two seizures in the past but the High Court says his doctors. Rule that out as a cause they believe he was dehydrated. Brooks Brothers unit to century old company that knows it's addressed to forty presidents has filed for bankruptcy or from the company runs about 500 stores worldwide income. He had been struggling as a business attire group more casual in recent years but it says he was decimated by the corona virus pandemic retailer is in the process of shedding 20% of its 250 US stores and a. Black bear has gone a long way and looking for love. Prior criminal water Mississippi wherever I'm nick name Bruno the blackbeard wandered from Wisconsin through. Iowa and Illinois finally winding up in Wentz village town just outside Saint Louis along the way Bruno attracted the attention of social media. And even had his own FaceBook account. By the time he was captured this week are brutal FaceBook account had drawn almost 23000 followers Missouri conservation officials tranquilizing relocated them to the Missouri Ozarks rebates really save far away from big city and can continue looking for a mix.

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